NEW (for 2016 specifications) A Level PE Homework/Starter/Plenary/Progress Booklet and Markscheme

NEW (for 2016 specifications) A Level PE Homework/Starter/Plenary/Progress Booklet and Markscheme

For this booklet i have cross referenced all new sample assessment materials and previous exam questions from a multitude of different exam boards to create a booklet of questions to be used as a starter/plenary/homework/progress activity. The maximum marks available vary and match the requirements of both 'AS' (year 1)and 'A2' (year 2) exams. The booklet contains the following: 1) A guide to the new assessment objectives (AO1, 2 and 3) 2) A guide to command words and the possible corresponding AO 3) Key topic words for parts of the applied physiology, sports psychology and sport society topic areas 4) Useful resources for parts of the applied physiology, sports psychology and sport society topic areas - which are scan-able QR codes (almost 75) leading to youtube videos/articles/resources to help students understand content better or arrive at your lesson with some prior knowledge of a topic 5) 'What the spec says' section so students can check content and you can highlight parts of the spec at key points - this is very useful as wording in the question often mirrors the phrasing within the spec 6) Many different questions from a multitude of topics/exam boards/specific INSET training 7) Tick check to ensure the corresponding AO is understood leading to a better question understanding - this is vital and essential for good exam performance 7) The same amount of space to answer the question as it would be in the exam 8) Designated space for peer/self feedback/corrections - ideal for demonstrating progress (Ofsted) 9) Designated space for a second/revision attempt - ideal for demonstrating progress (Ofsted) 10) Examiner's comments within the markscheme pack to help students answer some questions better in the future 11) Full markscheme pack to aid planning/teaching/student progress with peer/self assessment Topic areas covered: Pre-industrial (Pre -1870) Industrial and post industrial (1780-1900) Sociological theory applied to equal opportunities (up to solutions to overcoming barriers) Diet and nutrition and their effect on physical activity and performance Preparation and training methods in relation to maintaining physical activity and performance Sports Psychology In total these documents exceed 100 pages and has taken many many hours! You will not be disappointed. PLEASE REVIEW THE PRODUCT AS ANY FEEDBACK WOULD BE MUCH APPRECIATED! *****JUST BEEN UPDATED WITH MORE QUESTIONS - IT HAS BEEN DOWNLOADED SEVERAL TIMES BUT NOT COMMENTS YET - PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU THINK AND REVIEW THE DOCUMENT SO I CAN IMPROVE IT***** ******JUST BEEN UPDATED TO INCLUDE 3 SECTION REVIEWS - STUDENTS CAN GO THROUGH EACH QUESTION AND SEE HOW THEY DID IN EACH SECTION. FROM HERE THEY CREATE AN ACTION PLAN TO IMPROVE LINKED BACK TO THEIR TARGET GRADE*******
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#1NEW 2016 spec's - GCSE PE Homework/Starter/Plenary/Progress/Extension Question Pack and Markscheme

#1NEW 2016 spec's - GCSE PE Homework/Starter/Plenary/Progress/Extension Question Pack and Markscheme

The largest resource I have ever created and I cannot wait to use it with my classes! I have created this versatile pack which can be used for homework/starter activities/plenary activities/progress check throughout the lesson/extension questions. Accompanied with a complete markscheme. This markscheme can be used to inform your planning/peer or self assessment. This can be used by many different exam boards as Ofqual have stipulated what the new GCSE content must be, so courses will be similar. The question pack itself is 115 pages in length and contains the following: Information specific to the Edexcel theory examination A brief guide to assessment objectives (AO's) - an essential feature that students must understand! A guide to command words and their meaning A break down of topics 1-3 (Edexcel) detailing what students need to know for each topic - linked to AO's. Key terms arranged in topic order Review sections where students can check their progress and develop an action plan to improve next time - essential for Ofsted Designated feedback areas for teacher/self/peer comments to improve - essential for Ofsted Tick list that students must complete before answering any question in order to get students to think before they rush an answer (linking to command word, AO's and content words) 124 questions sorted by topic covering the following: The Functions of the Skeletal System Classification of Bones Movement Possibilities at Joints Characteristics of Muscle Fibre Types Analysis of Movement Antagonistic Pairs of Muscles Location and Role of Voluntary Muscle The structure and functions of the cardio-respiratory system Aerobic and Anaerobic The short term effects of exercise Lever Systems Planes and Axes Definitions and relationships between terms Measuring and improving the components of fitness Fitness Testing: values, protocol and data Principles and methods of training The long terms effects of exercise on the body systems How to optimise training and prevent injury (including Drugs, injuries and prevention) Effective use of warm up and cool down The markscheme pack has easy to find answers for all questions and is 37 pages in length. Where possible, new questions have been used from SAM's and some answers contains links to AO's so students can see where marks have been awarded. You will not be disappointed with this document! PLEASE REVIEW THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU DECIDE TO PURCHASE IT AS ANY FEEDBACK WOULD BE GREAT! ****UPDATED TO INCLUDE ENTIRE TOPIC REVIEWS, % FOR EACH QUESTION, A 'HOW TO PERFORM WELL IN THIS EXAM' GUIDE AND PROMPTS TO HIGHLIGHT AMOUNT OF MARKS AVAILABLE TO ENSURE ENOUGH CONTENT IS WRITTEN*****
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#2NEW 2016 spec's - GCSE PE Homework/Starter/Plenary/Progress/Extension Question Pack and Markscheme

#2NEW 2016 spec's - GCSE PE Homework/Starter/Plenary/Progress/Extension Question Pack and Markscheme

Another huge resource! I have created this versatile pack which can be used for homework/starter activities/plenary activities/progress check throughout the lesson/extension questions. Accompanied with a complete markscheme. This markscheme can be used to inform your planning/peer or self assessment. This can be used by many different exam boards as Ofqual have stipulated what the new GCSE content must be, so courses will be similar. As there are many new topics within this section I have looked at AQA/OCR/Edexcel to select a variety of questions. The question booklet itself is 74 pages and contains 77 questions sorted by topic. The pack contains the following: Information specific to the Edexcel theory examination A brief guide to assessment objectives (AO's) - an essential feature that students must understand! A guide to command words and their meaning A break down of topics 1-3 (Edexcel) detailing what students need to know for each topic - linked to AO's. Key terms arranged in topic order Review sections where students can check their progress and develop an action plan to improve next time - essential for Ofsted Designated feedback areas for teacher/self/peer comments to improve - essential for Ofsted Tick list that students must complete before answering any question in order to get students to think before they rush an answer (linking to command word, AO's and content words) 77 questions sorted by topic covering the following: Skill classification SMART targets Guidance and feedback Mental preparation Engagement patterns Commercialisation Ethics Physical, emotional and social health, fitness and well-being and the consequences of a sedentary lifestyle Energy use, diet, nutrition and hydration The markscheme pack has easy to find answers for all questions and is 22 pages in length. Where possible, new questions have been used from SAM's and some answers contains links to AO's so students can see where marks have been awarded. You will not be disappointed with this document! PLEASE REVIEW THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU DECIDE TO PURCHASE IT AS ANY FEEDBACK WOULD BE GREAT! ****UPDATED TO INCLUDE ENTIRE TOPIC REVIEWS, % FOR EACH QUESTION, A 'HOW TO PERFORM WELL IN THIS EXAM' GUIDE AND PROMPTS TO HIGHLIGHT AMOUNT OF MARKS AVAILABLE TO ENSURE ENOUGH CONTENT IS WRITTEN*****
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#1NEW 2016 spec's - GCSE PE Homework/Starter/Plenary/Progress/Extension Question Pack and Markscheme

#1NEW 2016 spec's - GCSE PE Homework/Starter/Plenary/Progress/Extension Question Pack and Markscheme

The largest resource I have ever created and I cannot wait to use it with my classes! I have created this versatile pack which can be used for homework/starter activities/plenary activities/progress check throughout the lesson/extension questions. Accompanied with a complete markscheme. This markscheme can be used to inform your planning/peer or self assessment. This can be used by many different exam boards as Ofqual have stipulated what the new GCSE content must be, so courses will be similar. The question pack itself is 115 pages in length and contains the following: Information specific to the Edexcel theory examination A brief guide to assessment objectives (AO's) - an essential feature that students must understand! A guide to command words and their meaning A break down of topics 1-3 (Edexcel) detailing what students need to know for each topic - linked to AO's. Key terms arranged in topic order Review sections where students can check their progress and develop an action plan to improve next time - essential for Ofsted Designated feedback areas for teacher/self/peer comments to improve - essential for Ofsted Tick list that students must complete before answering any question in order to get students to think before they rush an answer (linking to command word, AO's and content words) 124 questions sorted by topic covering the following: The Functions of the Skeletal System Classification of Bones Movement Possibilities at Joints Characteristics of Muscle Fibre Types Analysis of Movement Antagonistic Pairs of Muscles Location and Role of Voluntary Muscle The structure and functions of the cardio-respiratory system Aerobic and Anaerobic The short term effects of exercise Lever Systems Planes and Axes Definitions and relationships between terms Measuring and improving the components of fitness Fitness Testing: values, protocol and data Principles and methods of training The long terms effects of exercise on the body systems How to optimise training and prevent injury (including Drugs, injuries and prevention) Effective use of warm up and cool down The markscheme pack has easy to find answers for all questions and is 37 pages in length. Where possible, new questions have been used from SAM's and some answers contains links to AO's so students can see where marks have been awarded. You will not be disappointed with this document! PLEASE REVIEW THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU DECIDE TO PURCHASE IT AS ANY FEEDBACK WOULD BE GREAT! ****UPDATED TO INCLUDE ENTIRE TOPIC REVIEWS, % FOR EACH QUESTION, A 'HOW TO PERFORM WELL IN THIS EXAM' GUIDE AND PROMPTS TO HIGHLIGHT AMOUNT OF MARKS AVAILABLE TO ENSURE ENOUGH CONTENT IS WRITTEN*****
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AS Level PE AQA PHED 1 Homework Booklet and Markscheme

AS Level PE AQA PHED 1 Homework Booklet and Markscheme

The homework booklet contains questions on the following topics (in topic order ) from PHED 1 with a dedicated answer and feedback (peer/self/teacher and corrections) section : - Health/Fitness/Exercise/Obesity/BMI - The entire Opportunities for Participation s - The fitness component of the 12 marks questions (question 7) The markscheme document includes the markscheme for each question (in order) with the examiners commentary so students can read how to better answer the question next time. These resources have been invaluable for my students and really is worth £3! These documents are roughly 70 pages in length and are great for homework/starter/plenary/mini plenary/progress checker and greatly aid the delivery. PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO REVIEW THIS ITEM IF YOU PURCHASE IT!!!
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AQA A Level Section A Homework/Plenary/Exam Question Booklet

AQA A Level Section A Homework/Plenary/Exam Question Booklet

This is similar to the other homework booklets that I have produced and are incredibly popular on here. This booklet covers section A is both paper 1 and paper 2. A mark scheme is also included for seamless independent work. The pack also focusses on assessment objectives and I have even tried to turn old mark schemes into the new format. There is dedicated space for teacher/self/peer feedback too to show progress. Much like the other homework booklets, an incredible resources of over 100 questions in topic and sub topic sections. My A level kids love these!
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#2NEW 2016 spec's - GCSE PE Homework/Starter/Plenary/Progress/Extension Question Pack and Markscheme

#2NEW 2016 spec's - GCSE PE Homework/Starter/Plenary/Progress/Extension Question Pack and Markscheme

Another huge resource! I have created this versatile pack which can be used for homework/starter activities/plenary activities/progress check throughout the lesson/extension questions. Accompanied with a complete markscheme. This markscheme can be used to inform your planning/peer or self assessment. This can be used by many different exam boards as Ofqual have stipulated what the new GCSE content must be, so courses will be similar. As there are many new topics within this section I have looked at AQA/OCR/Edexcel to select a variety of questions. The question booklet itself is 74 pages and contains 77 questions sorted by topic. The pack contains the following: Information specific to the Edexcel theory examination A brief guide to assessment objectives (AO's) - an essential feature that students must understand! A guide to command words and their meaning A break down of topics 1-3 (Edexcel) detailing what students need to know for each topic - linked to AO's. Key terms arranged in topic order Review sections where students can check their progress and develop an action plan to improve next time - essential for Ofsted Designated feedback areas for teacher/self/peer comments to improve - essential for Ofsted Tick list that students must complete before answering any question in order to get students to think before they rush an answer (linking to command word, AO's and content words) 77 questions sorted by topic covering the following: Skill classification SMART targets Guidance and feedback Mental preparation Engagement patterns Commercialisation Ethics Physical, emotional and social health, fitness and well-being and the consequences of a sedentary lifestyle Energy use, diet, nutrition and hydration The markscheme pack has easy to find answers for all questions and is 22 pages in length. Where possible, new questions have been used from SAM's and some answers contains links to AO's so students can see where marks have been awarded. You will not be disappointed with this document! PLEASE REVIEW THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU DECIDE TO PURCHASE IT AS ANY FEEDBACK WOULD BE GREAT! ****UPDATED TO INCLUDE ENTIRE TOPIC REVIEWS, % FOR EACH QUESTION, A 'HOW TO PERFORM WELL IN THIS EXAM' GUIDE AND PROMPTS TO HIGHLIGHT AMOUNT OF MARKS AVAILABLE TO ENSURE ENOUGH CONTENT IS WRITTEN*****
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NEW (for 2016 specifications) A Level PE Homework/Starter/Plenary/Progress Booklet and Markscheme

NEW (for 2016 specifications) A Level PE Homework/Starter/Plenary/Progress Booklet and Markscheme

For this booklet i have cross referenced all new sample assessment materials and previous exam questions from a multitude of different exam boards to create a booklet of questions to be used as a starter/plenary/homework/progress activity. The maximum marks available vary and match the requirements of both 'AS' (year 1)and 'A2' (year 2) exams. The booklet contains the following: 1) A guide to the new assessment objectives (AO1, 2 and 3) 2) A guide to command words and the possible corresponding AO 3) Key topic words for parts of the applied physiology, sports psychology and sport society topic areas 4) Useful resources for parts of the applied physiology, sports psychology and sport society topic areas - which are scan-able QR codes (almost 75) leading to youtube videos/articles/resources to help students understand content better or arrive at your lesson with some prior knowledge of a topic 5) 'What the spec says' section so students can check content and you can highlight parts of the spec at key points - this is very useful as wording in the question often mirrors the phrasing within the spec 6) Many different questions from a multitude of topics/exam boards/specific INSET training 7) Tick check to ensure the corresponding AO is understood leading to a better question understanding - this is vital and essential for good exam performance 7) The same amount of space to answer the question as it would be in the exam 8) Designated space for peer/self feedback/corrections - ideal for demonstrating progress (Ofsted) 9) Designated space for a second/revision attempt - ideal for demonstrating progress (Ofsted) 10) Examiner's comments within the markscheme pack to help students answer some questions better in the future 11) Full markscheme pack to aid planning/teaching/student progress with peer/self assessment Topic areas covered: Pre-industrial (Pre -1870) Industrial and post industrial (1780-1900) Sociological theory applied to equal opportunities (up to solutions to overcoming barriers) Diet and nutrition and their effect on physical activity and performance Preparation and training methods in relation to maintaining physical activity and performance Sports Psychology In total these documents exceed 100 pages and has taken many many hours! You will not be disappointed. PLEASE REVIEW THE PRODUCT AS ANY FEEDBACK WOULD BE MUCH APPRECIATED! *****JUST BEEN UPDATED WITH MORE QUESTIONS - IT HAS BEEN DOWNLOADED SEVERAL TIMES BUT NOT COMMENTS YET - PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU THINK AND REVIEW THE DOCUMENT SO I CAN IMPROVE IT***** ******JUST BEEN UPDATED TO INCLUDE 3 SECTION REVIEWS - STUDENTS CAN GO THROUGH EACH QUESTION AND SEE HOW THEY DID IN EACH SECTION. FROM HERE THEY CREATE AN ACTION PLAN TO IMPROVE LINKED BACK TO THEIR TARGET GRADE*******
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NEW 2016 A Level Spec - Methods of Training

NEW 2016 A Level Spec - Methods of Training

An 'outstanding' methods of training lesson to mirror AQA's new spec (but it can be used with other exam boards too). Lesson plan Photocopy the RPE sheet, training instructions and key information. Normally I do training instructions and key info back to back on A3 paper. Ignore the final few slides, as this has been removed from AQA. Students arrive and complete the starter sheet. Great way to check prior knowledge and using different colours throughout the lesson clearly identifies progress. Each student is then given a specific method to study for the lesson. Easily differentiated: Less able - highlight key words/study less complex methods (continuous)/use of key words on worksheets More able - study more complex methods (PNF/weight)/no key words on worksheets/extension questions on each sheet Students follow the training instructions closely to gain an insight into a 'typical session'. Linking their effort to a RPE sheet leads onto the next topic of subjective assessment and this is nice way to include it and get students thinking about it. Once they have completed their session they flip their sheets over and are given 3 questions that they must find the answer to in the information section. The questions are: 1) what is the definition of your MOT? 2) what does a typical session involve? 3) what factors should you consider when planning your session? Whilst reading this information they highlight the answers to those questions using highlighter pens. Students who study PNF have a more complex task and need to study 'how' PNF actually works. When students have completed their task, there is an optional extension task (QR code). When all students have finished, the are now the 'experts' in their method and proceed on a carousel to teach their classmates about their method. Students then record this on the notes sheet (on A3). This typically will span 2, if not 3 lessons. The PNF group have a tough job on their hands as it is a difficult concept. I have therefore included a powerpoint presentation that I put on my google drive, hyperlinked from my twitter account for students to access in their own time if they feel they need to read about this topic a little further. **PLEASE REVIEW AND LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU THINK**
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Extended Questions - Attitude Psychology

Extended Questions - Attitude Psychology

I taught this to mirror my departmental target of independent learning. The presentation document set the task up. The emoji I cut out and stuck on their A3 sheet (both sides) and this acted as a progress check as the lesson went on. The A3 sheet - I enlarged this when photocopied. The examiners commentary, student response and markscheme I generated myself and made them student friendly. There are two types of markscheme for MA/LA learners. All QR codes link to specific content: Code 1 - links to a video on youtube of me talking through the process of how to answer an extended question with answers for students to check. Code 2 (structure) - links to a picture of how to structure a 'good' answer (scanning this is optional) Code 3 (content) - link the mypeexam (of which you will need a login for and all my students do 0 scanning this is optional) The previous lesson they all answered the question without any help, other than me teaching them the content. At the end of this lesson when they re-answered it, the different was incredible. They then stuck their new answer over their old one, but so their old answer could still be seen. Great way to demonstrate progress and the level of independence was incredible. The assistant head and my HoD were very impressed and the lesson was outstanding and the AH said the lesson was 'revolutionary'. Happy to discuss it if you need any more guidance. PLEASE REVIEW THIS PRODUCT AS ANY FEEDBACK IS VERY MUCH WELCOMED!
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Edexcel GCSE PE Revision Document

Edexcel GCSE PE Revision Document

I used this document during a revision session that I ran during Easter half term. The kids loved it! With all information displayed in tables students commented on how easy this document was to revise from and how useful it was on the day. I actually wrote all students names on lolly pop sticks and pulled them out at random when I wanted a question answered. The following topics are covered within this pack: Short term, long term and health benefits of exercise on training (differentiated - one document has key words and the other has complete phrases that the students select) Drugs (differentiated - one document has key words and the other has complete phrases that the students select) Benefits of exercise Influences Reasons for participation Principles of training (differentiated - one document has key words and the other has parts of the table completed. This has an answer sheet too that I used for the students to tick off themselves). Obviously all tables linked to an exam question.
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GCSE PE Edexcel Examboard - Diet Topic

GCSE PE Edexcel Examboard - Diet Topic

This resource I have used as a card sorting activity. Students were then able to compare their answers with a master answer sheet that I displayed on an interactive whiteboard. In order for them to know the knowledge, all students were provided with a series of materials to help them work out where each statement went. Students then stuck this in their book. Obviously for less able more than one statement can be out together. For example, carbohydrates and provides energy could be cut out together. An extension activity I used was for students to research other examples of that food type in their diet. We then linked to an exam question and peer marked this.
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Body System - Revision Cards

Body System - Revision Cards

18 revision cards covering the following topics : Short term, long term effect and benefit of exercise on the following systems: 1) Cardiovascular System 2) Muscular System 3) Respiratory System 4) Skeletal System Muscles and their actions Effects of lifestyle choices on each system During my lesson students spent 10 minutes on each body system. 3-4 minutes were spent with them completing a pack of revision cards before linking their knowledge to several exam questions. They then marked their partner's answer. My class loved this. The fact some words are filled in already means it is well differentiated for students who require more structure. Simply deleting some words can also challenge the more able learners too. This topic most students find tough too!
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Edexcel GCSE PE Revision Document

Edexcel GCSE PE Revision Document

I used this as a complete revision document during a revision session. The document contains the following: Essential examination advice about how to answer multiple choice and short answer questions. A guide to understanding command words. A guide to understanding simple and develop statements. Body systems and their short and long term response to exercise and how it benefits the performer with exam questions for application A tick sheet for topics to revise so students can tick them off as they feel confident with each topic area A list of key words for each topic that they need to know Methods of training Components of fitness (health and skill) Principle of training with exam questions for application Muscles and their actions with exam questions for application Joints and movements with exam questions for application Reasons, benefits and influences with exam questions for application and a peer marking exercise Risk assessment - peer marking exercise with 3 different banded answers for students to mark. Basic Somatotype table - I gave students pipe cleaners and play dough to build each type and then signpost the characteristics using mini flags. Also included is a letter which I sent home to parents to help their son/daughter revise. It contains essential advice/guidance for parents and students during exam preparation.
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An 'outstanding' Tennis Serving Lesson

An 'outstanding' Tennis Serving Lesson

I taught this lesson at my school and during an interview and both times it was graded as 'outstanding'. Basic overview/lesson plan is below too: 1) Students came onto the courts and immediately read their half court game instruction sheet which was pegged to their net - These are differentiated based upon ability (slide 1-6 on the powerpoint attached.) 2) Students were then given an ipad and observed a professional player serve and they had a selection of areas to look at (Ball toss, hitting action and variety). 3) Once students watched this video they worked with a partner to observe their serve (complete 10 serves and then switch roles). Using slide 7 which was made into a coaching card, they highlighted 1 area to improve and completed the card by filling in the necessary areas. 4) Students then returned for further instructions - each student had 1 of 3 possible focus areas (ball toss, variety, hitting action - these are differentiated too, with top spin and slice included for high level performers). Students were then grouped according to their target and given the corresponding drill card (slides 9,10,11) . These reinforce coaching points/language and are differentiated for more and less able students with extension and easier tasks). 5) As the lesson progressed groups were able to move back into their half court games, as clear progression was made in their serving technique. 6) For the plenary, students turned their card over and completed slide 8, which acted as a great review of performance. The extra slides were just different ways of laying the information out on the resources and i have even created a very similar card for the forehand ground stroke. The observers of my lesson loved the independent and heavily personalized approach to learning and the way leadership was used effectively throughout. The evidence of differentiation was apparent in all aspects of the lesson and the drill management/planning was also outstanding. All students progressed as they were working on the necessary aspect of their technique which meant all could verbalize, if not demonstrate, how it should look. The subtle prompts on the bottom of the drill sheets really helped this. PLEASE REVIEW THIS LESSON/MY RESOURCES AND LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU THINK!
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A Level Principles of Training

A Level Principles of Training

Extensive principles of training PowerPoint with explicit links to the new assessment objectives used by AQA. The presentation includes: Brief explanation of the different AO's. Definition of each principle Explanation and application of each Key words that newer students might not know Links to multiple choice questions (demonstrating AO1) Link to shorter answer questions (demonstrating AO2) Homework task - exam question with QR video links to warm up and cool down which is the next subject they will study.
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A Level Warm Up, Cool Down and Stretching

A Level Warm Up, Cool Down and Stretching

Extensive Powerpoint presentation on Warm Up, Cool Down and Stretching. The presentation includes the following: Peer marking tasks (following on the previous lesson - principle of training) Link to AO2 and AO3 questions Key terms defined Physiological effects of a warm up and cool down explained and linked to AO objectives Different types of stretching Homework task
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AQA PE Fitness Testing

AQA PE Fitness Testing

A series of fitness tests with full instructions. My students completed each test and then highlighted the key information instructing how to complete the test. They then wrote this information on a sheet which is also attached on this document. The fitness tests include: 40m sprint Illinois Agility One rep max Sit and reach The ruler drop Stork stand Anderson ball catch Sit up Hand grip Vertical jump Standing long jump Bleep We then linked the information to an exam question within their booklet (which is another resource that is also attached).
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New 2016 GCSE PE Practical Football Peer Assessment Activity

New 2016 GCSE PE Practical Football Peer Assessment Activity

Designed to reinforce that students need to use correct language when observing and feeding back to each other. Also it give students clear instructions about a focal point for future improvement. The regular reference to their target ensures it cannot be forgotten. Involves a peer assessment activity which is self explanatory and student led. Any questions, please just email or contact me. More sports to follow. PLEASE LET ME KNOW YOUR THOUGHTS!
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